Benigno & Roberts
The newest Knick, Jason Kidd, joined WFAN’s Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts on WFAN to talk about what role he’ll play with his new team.
Ozzie Guillen’s remarks sparked an uproar in Miami, whose home team just opened up its brand new ballpark in a neighborhood dubbed Little Havana.
For Giants safety Antrel Rolle, it’s been there, done that. He has the Super Bowl on his mind again — and that’s where the similarities end.
After a tough loss to the Packers last month, safety Antrel Rolle predicted his Giants would meet Green Bay again in the playoffs. He was spot on.
All along, Antrel Rolle insisted the Giants would rebound and make the playoffs. Well, it turns out he was right.
The Giants won a huge game in Dallas on Sunday. They’re back atop the NFC East with the inside track to the playoffs. So why is Antrel Rolle so angry?
The Jets are in prime position to secure the final AFC wild card spot — but they’ll have to make that final push without starting safety Jim Leonhard. Again.
Is there anyone on the Giants willing place blame away from the officials for Sunday’s 38-35 loss to the undefeated Packers?
Will Williams be “Bound for Brooklyn” with the Nets? It certainly sounds like he’s leaning that way.
The Jets know they got away with one against the Bills on Sunday. But Jim Leonhard isn’t about to give the fans at MetLife Stadium a pass.
Giants safety Antrel Rolle wasn’t as impressed with Drew Brees’ offensive showing as he was disappointed in New York’s effort.
After a great week of practice, safety Antrel Rolle says the Giants were prepared to take on the Eagles. But the distinction he made next came as a surprise.
While it might seem Big Blue relies too heavily on Manning’s last-minute victory habit, safety Antrel Rolle insists it’s not that way it all.
New York’s great escape against Miami. The Brandon Jacobs saga. Has there ever been so much negativity following a Giants win?
Antrel Rolle admits the Giants haven’t been great. But they also haven’t been bad. And if not for a few plays, he says, New York “should easily be 5-1.”